Psychology

Psychological Assessments

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Our portfolio of psychological assessments covers a wide range of areas including cognition, mobility, neuropsychology and mental health. These tools bring together ground-breaking theories and reliable practice, helping you assess your clients in a variety of settings. You must be a qualified professional to use our assessments and be registered with us to purchase them - Register now.

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Wescher Family Assessments

Explore this range of reliable, efficient and acurate assessments to measure cognitive abilities, clinical memory and achievement in both adults and children

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Assessments for the Elderly

Explore topics associated with ageing and  recommended tools to  improve quality of life of our senior citizens, plus Guide to Retirement sponsored by Pearson

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Bestsellers

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition: ADOS-2

Use the ADOS-2 to accurately assess and diagnose autism...

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BASC-3 Parenting Relationship Questionnaire (BASC-3 PRQ)

The BASC-3 Parenting Relationship Questionnaire (PRQ) is designed to...

Mental Health

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Tools to support psychology and neuroscience professionals to identify how social factors impact mental health and wellbeing, and how the brain shapes behaviour.

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The new MACI®-II developed for teens and adolescents will help you assess their mental health and behaviour, and make reliable diagnostic and treatment decisions.

Telepractice

Telepractice

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Our Telepractice guidelines instruct the use of our products in relation to your professional practice so that you can continue supporting clients during these uncertain times.

Assessment reps

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Book a 15-minute slot with our online Assessment Consultants who can assist with questions you may have on telepractice and remote administration.
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